Many of the women who work on Breaking the Chains are members of the Party for Socialism and Liberation. We are workers, organizers, students and revolutionary feminists committed to the struggle for socialism. The PSL is comprised of leaders and activists, workers and students, of all backgrounds. Organized in branches across the country, the PSL brings together a new generation of revolutionaries alongside veterans of the people’s movements with decades of experience.
The PSL is deeply involved in a wide range of struggles, from local battles over affordable housing and racist police brutality to the struggle for women’s rights, to the fight for a higher minimum wage and union rights and global issues of imperialist war and environmental destruction. We are united in our belief that capitalism—the system in which all wealth and power is held by a tiny group of billionaires and their state — is the source of the main problems confronting humanity today. It must be replaced by socialism, a system where poor and working people have power and the wealth of society is used in a planned and sustainable way to meet people’s needs.
Our mission is to link the everyday struggles of oppressed and exploited people to the fight for a new world. Join us!
Find a branch near you and get more information at pslweb.org.